CalendarMaker for Classic under OS X
(an OS X version is available)
General Macintosh support:
1) Installing Classic on an
OS X computer.
2) Solving printing problems with
Classic under OS X.
CalendarMaker 4.5.2, 4.5.3 and prior
for 4.5.2 for 4.5.3
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Version 4.5.3 is the same as 4.5.2 but has an installation method that will work
in Classic Mode under OS X. The 4.5.2 installer will not work in Classic Mode. Other
than the installation method the two versions are substantially the same. If you
have 4.5.2, you do not need 4.5.3.
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- If you had the option for Week Style set to Monday - Sunday the HTML output would
not be generated correctly for months that began on Sunday.
- If you had the option for Week Style set to Monday - Friday the HTML output would
not be generated correctly for months that began on Saturday.
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- There was a problem with Export as HTML. When a Repeating event had an item added
to the exclusion list it would still show up on exported web pages.
- The program could crash if a JPG file was selected in the Import Picture dialog.
(Remember only PICT files can be imported.)
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There is no updater from 4.5 or 4.5.1 to 4.5.2 that will work in Classic Mode under
OS X. There is a version 4.5.3 available as a free update. Go to the Demos/Updates
section of this Web site. Look for CalendarMaker for OS 9, Prior and Classic. Then
click on the ReadMe button for version 4.5.3.
||If you get an out-of-memory error while opening or using a calendar file, it might
be that the application memory size needs to be increased. (Remember to always set
"minimum" and "preferred" to the same size if you have sufficient
RAM.) The application memory size should be set to the greater of 4096 K or ten times
greater than the size of your calendar file. Calendar files normally range from 100
K to 400 K, though sometimes they are as large as 800 K. If your calendar file is
larger than 1000K or if increasing your application memory size does not help, you
may need to upgrade to 4.5.2 or greater. (You should never adjust your application
memory size above 20000 K.) If the problem persists, you may need to contact our
Support Department. If the out-of-memory error happens immediately upon opening a
calendar file, and adjusting the application memory size does not help, you may have
a case of the "false out-of-memory" problem. See next entry.
||If you get an out-of memory error immediately upon trying to
open a calendar file, and it cannot be fixed by adjusting the application memory
size, you probably have the "false out-of-memory" error problem. Contact
our Support Department for a possible solution.
||Where can I find current holiday files that I can import into CalendarMaker? Go to
our download page, called Demos/Updates. Then click on CalendarMaker for Mac OS 9
and select the proper Holiday Files